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(1) A SYSTEMATIC COURSE OF EXAMINATION-QUESTIONS ;
(ii) ALL THE QUESTIONS ON GRAMMAR AND ETYMOLOGY
PROPOSED AT THE WOOLWICH COMPETITIVE
EXAMINATIONS FROM 1854 TO 1869 ;
LOCAL EXAMINATIONS FOR SEVERAL YEARS.
I. PLANT FLEMING, M.A. B.C.L.
REPRINTED FROM THE LATEST ENGLISH EDITION, WITH COR-
RECTIONS, ADDITIONS, AND COPIOUS INDICES.
F 597 ana , 1875 Educ Lib,
This 'Analysis of the English Language is intended as a brief, simple, and systematic introduction to the works of Angus, Latham, and Marsh.
Perhaps, at the present time, no subject possesses more Educational importance than the study and practice of Method.* To meet, in this direction, a want extensively felt, no less than to counteract in the mind of the student uncertainty and confusion, special prominence has been given to Definition and Classification.
Examples of Syntactical Rules might have been multiplied to any extent, but the bulk of the work would have been seriously increased at a sacrifice of perspicuity.
The SECOND PART embraces, in twenty chapters, those words most likely to occur in general reading. The Saxon element has been carefully corrected by reference to Bosworth and Rask; for, of late years, several Saxon words of dubious origin have crept into existence.
* To promote this desirable object, Logic might receive some encouragement in the Public Examinations as a collateral subject with English. Until this be the case, Grammar may in some degree be made to supply its place.
Upon the subject of Derivation, the works of Wedgwood
In PART III., to a systematic course of Examination
A comparison of these two styles of examination will
TONBRIDGE : October 1, 1869.
A THIRD EDITION being called for, corrections have been
TONBRIDGE: January, 1875.